Investments A record wave of investment is coming to Finland, bringing with it factories, research and jobs

After the financial crisis, the Finnish economy stagnated at a slow pace for more than a decade. Now, fixed investment in the industry is rising to an all-time high.

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During the interest year, major investments have been reported: Bayer is investing EUR 35 million in Turku to expand the production of contraceptive coils. WPD Finland will build wind power in Ostrobothnia for EUR 220 million. Fintoil is building a tall oil plant in the port area of ​​Hamina. Valmet Automotive is building a new battery assembly plant in Uusikaupunki. Picture of a factory in Salo.

Anni Lassila HS

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In the world is going to the coronary crisis gradually receding a wild wave of investment. Analysts at Morgan Stanley, quoted by The Economist, expect U.S. companies to spend 15 percent more capital on investments this year than before the corona epidemic.

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